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Volume 16, Number 8—August 2010

Letter

Novel Chlamydia-like Organisms as Cause of Bovine Abortions, UK

Nicholas WheelhouseComments to Author , Frank Katzer, Frank Wright, and David Longbottom
Author affiliations: Moredun Research Institute, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (N. Wheelhouse, F. Katzer, D. Longbottom); Scottish Crop Research Institute, Dundee, Scotland, UK (F. Wright)

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Bayesian phylogenetic tree demonstrating the relationship of 15 isolated organisms from the older chlamydiales samples to known chlamydial species. Cand., Candidatus; R., Rhabdochlamydia; P., Protochlamydia.

Figure. Bayesian phylogenetic tree demonstrating the relationship of 15 isolated organisms from the older chlamydiales samples to known chlamydial species. Cand., Candidatus; R., Rhabdochlamydia; P., Protochlamydia.

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